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Hubble Deep Field: The Most Important Image Ever Taken


Published 2006
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In 2003, the Hubble Space Telescope stared, for over 11 days, at a blank area of the sky where no stars appeared to be. The results were humbling on a universal scale.

More than any other image taken by humanity, the Hubble Deep Field shows us, at a glance, what our place is in the universe.


Producer Tony Darnell
Audio/Visual sound, color
Contact Information Tony Darnell www.deepastronomy.com

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Reviewer: phillygoldfish - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - January 25, 2009
Subject: Good work
This is wonderful. I had never actually heard of the 'Deep Field' image before, and I still wonder how the spacecraft could have hovered 'still' for eleven days, but the video was informative and interesting.
The depths to which Hubble was able to photograph into space, however, is pretty amazing in itself.
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